This question was answered by Jonathan Bell, commercial director of Liteplan Limited
A classroom at a comprehensive school in Germany has become the first in the world to connect to the internet using visible light.
Internet-connected lighting could help parents track children in supermarkets; it could assist jet-lagged travellers adjust quickly to new time zones; it could find meeting rooms, desks and colleagues in large workplaces; it could tell retail assistants and their customers the real-time back-of-house stock; and it could personalise lighting automatically by detecting a user’s smartphone.
Integral has announced the introduction of a new backlit LED panel achieving 152lm/W output. John Bullock considers the implications.
Design engineers like a challenge, but this one was special: create an emergency light which fits through a 40mm hole and fits within a ceiling void of 80mm. Impossible?
Harvard Technology’s new programmable generation of CoolLED drivers represents a massive step change in LED driver functionality